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ISBN: 9780988807907
PUBLISHER: Storymakers, Inc.
PUBLICATION DATE: August 31, 2019
FORMAT: softcover, ebook




Don't Run Naked Through The Office

Reveals the secrets of employee engagement from the employee’s perspective. It has been called a must read for:

Penned from a workers perspective by an experienced corporate training manager with contributions from a veteran job recruiter, Don’t Run Naked Through the Office:

This exciting book takes you on a journey to a more rewarding career!



1 - Taking Charge of Your Professional Life
2 - Seeking a Path to Success
3 - Deciding to Stay and Prevail
4 - Indentifying Your Workplace Environment
5 - Surviving in an Antagonistic Environment
6 - Maintaining in a Contentious Environment
7 - Progressing in a Benign Environment
8 - Thriving in a Supportive Environment
9 - Leveraging Control in Any Environment
10 - Reinforcing Your Foundation
11 - Strengthening Your Image
12 - Assuming Responsibility with Less Risk
13 - Using Documentation to Your Advantage
14 - Recognizing Traps and Manipulation
15 - Establishing Your Workplace Survival Plan
Appendix A - Workplace Survival Plan and Checklist
Appendix B - Sample Workplace Survival Plans
Appendix C - Traps and Manipulation Techniques
Appendix C - Quick Reference Charts
About the Author


Fred Stawitz researches, writes, speaks, and consults on:

A popular international speaker, he has been featured on CNN Headline News, a PBS special program, TV news/talk shows, nationally syndicated radio programs, business meetings, conferences, and quoted in a Special Congressional Quarterly Report.

As an experienced program development manager, he has more than fifteen years of expertise in successfully designing, implementing, and managing programs that maximize safety and productivity while ensuring regulatory compliance.

He was recruited to design and implement the first technical training program for the US Space Shuttle Program (United Space Alliance) following the Challenger explosion. He also produced online training and desktop simulations for the astronauts.

He developed training and regulatory compliance programs for InterGen (Shell/Bechtel joint energy venture) and developed the in-house capability for delivering online training and video production for El Paso Natural Gas Pipeline (largest pipeline company in America).

He is a recipient of:

He served as judge of the Diversity Value Index Benchmark & Awards Program as well as judging numerous writing competitions. He has received several awards for writing. He penned and produced the award-winning stage play Soldier Mom.

He is currently the CEO of Storymakers, Inc., a specialized publishing operation.

Stawitz graduated from Washburn University with dual degrees in mathematics and computer science backed by a minor in foreign languages.

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